Sought-After! Andrew Loog Oldham ROLLING STONES Autograph SIGNED LP Vinyl Proof

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Sought-After! Andrew Loog Oldham ROLLING STONES Autograph SIGNED LP Vinyl Proof
Sought-After! Andrew Loog Oldham ROLLING STONES Autograph SIGNED LP Vinyl Proof
Sought-After! Andrew Loog Oldham ROLLING STONES Autograph SIGNED LP Vinyl Proof
Sought-After! Andrew Loog Oldham ROLLING STONES Autograph SIGNED LP Vinyl Proof
Sought-After! Andrew Loog Oldham ROLLING STONES Autograph SIGNED LP Vinyl Proof

Sought-After! Andrew Loog Oldham ROLLING STONES Autograph SIGNED LP Vinyl Proof
This is my ONLY copy of this LP! You may want to consider this soon. Before someone else does. Perfect for: Valentines, Birthday, Father/Mum’s Day, Anniversary, Xmas gift. Rolling Stones Rarities 1971 2003Vinyl LP. Autographed by Andrew Loog Oldham(Rolling Stones’ 1st manager and producer). A5 Paper Proof of date and place of signing. I would rate is a 7 out of 10… It has never been played. There is a little bit of natural factory pressing/production marks. The actual vinyl have natural factory production marks/lines. These are natural production marks formed when the Vinyl wax was pressed in the factory – in 2005. It is perfectly normal. Please kindly understand & appreciate this natural factory production occurrence. You will receive this item in exactly the same condition as it was originally pressed in the factory & when i bought it during the 1st day it was released in 2005. That was 11 years ago! Is of fair value – for such a rare item! I bought Vinyls for the sole purpose of enjoying the aesthetic beauty of its artwork/packaging. I do not own a Vinyl Record Player and therefore I have never played my vinyls before! I just find it a little bit easier to listen to a CD or online streaming. FREE (2nd Class) – insured up to GBP 50. I visit the post office 1 OR 2 times per week only. Your kind patience & understanding is greatly appreciated. I will consider BEST OFFERS. Kindly be reasonable and realistic. Thanks for kind understanding. Imagine how much this autograph item would be worth in 25 years’ time? Think King Crimson, Beatles and Rolling Stones themselves. About Andrew Loog’s signature. I went for the conversation and happily waited in a queue for around 30 mins just to meet Andrew Loog Oldham during his talk session at STREETLEVEL Photography in Glasgow on 24 April 2010, Sat at 6pm. It is (almost) impossible to find an item signed by Andrew Loog Oldham as he has been living in Colombia (South America) since the 1980s. He was invited and flew into the UK (from Colombia) specifically to do the talk in Glasgow – which explains just how extremely rare this autographed item is. Colourful profile of Andrew Loog Oldham. Andrew Loog Oldham (born 29 January 1944 in Paddington, London) is an English record producer, talent manager, impresario and author. He was manager and producer of The Rolling Stones from 1963 to 1967, and was noted for his flamboyant style. Oldham’s father Andrew Loog was a United States Army Air Forces lieutenant of Dutch descent who served with the Eighth Air Force. Loog was killed in June 1943 when his B-17 bomber was shot down over the English Channel: he was buried at the Ardennes American Cemetery and Memorial in Belgium. Oldham’s Australian mother, with maiden name Oldham, [1] was a nurse and comptometeroperator. Oldham attended the Aylesbury School for Boys, Cokethorpe School in Oxfordshire, St Marylebone Grammar School andWellingborough School in Northamptonshire. [2] A self-proclaimed hustler who spent teenage summers swindling tourists in French towns, Oldham’s interest in the pop culture of the 1960s and the Soho coffeehouse scene led to working for Carnaby Street moddesigner John Stephen and later as an assistant to then emerging fashion designer Mary Quant. Oldham became a publicist for British and American musicians and for producer Joe Meek. Among his projects were stints publicizingBob Dylan on his first UK visit and The Beatles for Brian Epstein in early 1963. In April 1963, a journalist friend recommended that he see a young R&B band called The Rolling Stones. Oldham saw potential in the group being positioned as an “anti-Beatles” – a rougher group compared to the “cuddly moptop” image of the Beatles at that time. Oldham, still a teenager, rapidly acquired a seasoned business partner (Eric Easton) and took over management of the Stones who had been informally represented by Giorgio Gomelsky. Oldham had previously been business partners with Peter Meaden, first manager of The Who, but they had fallen out. Oldham signed recording rights to the Stones to Deccatargeting A&R head Dick Rowe, who had earlier declined to sign The Beatles. Among strategies devised and executed by Oldham to propel the group to success. Retaining ownership of the group’s master tapes, which were then leased to Decca – an idea learned from Phil Spector, that allowed greater artistic freedom and financial rewards than a standard recording contract. Bringing John Lennon and Paul McCartney to the recording studio, which led to their song “I Wanna Be Your Man” becoming the Rolling Stones’ second single. Encouraging Jagger and Richards to start writing their own songs; and. Promoting a “bad boy” image for The Rolling Stones in contrast to The Beatles. Oldham generated widely-reprinted headlines like Would you let your daughter marry a Rolling Stone? Oldham produced all Rolling Stones recordings from 1963 until late 1967 despite having no previous experience as a producer. According to the Rolling Stones’ website “Accounts regarding the value of his musical input to The Stones recordings vary, from negligible to absolute zero”. He discovered Marianne Faithfull at a party, giving her Jagger and Richards’ “As Tears Go By” to record. He also developed other studio talent with his Andrew Oldham Orchestra, in which Rolling Stones as well as London session players (including Steve Marriott on harmonica) recorded pop covers and instrumentals. These were rediscovered in the 1990s when the indie band The Verve used a string loop based on the orchestral arrangement of “The Last Time” in “Bitter Sweet Symphony”; in the ensuing court battle, songwriting royalties for the Verve track were awarded to Jagger and Richards. As his success increased, Oldham thrived on a reputation as a garrulous, androgynous gangster who wore makeup and shades and relied on his bodyguard “Reg” to threaten rivals. Relations with the group were strained by Oldham’s drug use and legal problems that the band was facing in 1967. After Oldham’s departure, his relationship with the Rolling Stones was strained for several years. In 1965 Oldham set up Immediate Records, among the first independent labels in the UK. Among the artists that he signed and/or produced or guided were PP Arnold, Chris Farlowe, the Small Faces, John Mayall & The Bluesbreakers, Rod Stewart, the Nice, Jimmy Page, Jeff Beck, Eric Clapton, the Amen Corner, the McCoys, the Strangeloves, andDuncan Browne. With Arthur Greenslade he wrote’Headlines,’ the B-side of’Ride On Baby’ (IM 038), by Chris Farlowe, which was released in 1966. Oldham also helped Derek Taylor publicise the Beach Boys’ Pet Sounds album by publishing ads praising the album. He enlisted songwriter Billy Nicholls to record a British response, the album Would You Believe? After the Small Faces disbanded in 1969, he put together Humble Pie, featuring Steve Marriott (formerly of the Small Faces) and Peter Frampton (formerly of The Herd). In the 1970s and 1980s, Oldham worked primarily in the USA. He produced Donovan and other artists. In the mid-80s, he made Colombia his primary residence after marrying Esther Farfan, a Colombian model. There he became a mentor for local bands. Oldham co-wrote a (mostly fictional) biography of ABBA in the 1990s[5] and three autobiographies: Stoned (1998), 2Stoned (2001), and Rolling Stoned (2011) in which he and other music figures recount his days as a manager, producer, and impresario. In 2005 Oldham was recruited by Steven Van Zandt to host a radio show on Van Zandt’s Underground Garage radio channel heard in North America on Sirius Satellite Radio. Oldham is heard daily with a three-hour show on weekdays and a four-hour weekend show. Since 2006 has worked with Argentine musician Charly Garcia. In 2008 he worked on the production of Los Ratones Paranoicos’ new album. [7] He also produced and arranged Canadian singer Wyckham Porteous’s album 3 A. Since 2008 he has been managing and working with Colombian pop artist Juan Galeano. [edit]”Andrew’s Blues”. The song Andrew’s Blues , sung by the Rolling Stones and appearing on the Black Box collection CD1, is a humorous if scathing evocation of Oldham. The item “Sought-After! Andrew Loog Oldham ROLLING STONES Autograph SIGNED LP Vinyl Proof” is in sale since Monday, March 16, 2020. This item is in the category “Music\Music Memorabilia\Artists/ Groups\Rolling Stones”. The seller is “tofugallery” and is located in UK. This item can be shipped to North, South, or Latin America, all countries in Europe, all countries in continental Asia, Australia.
  • Custom Bundle: No
  • Non-Domestic Product: No
  • Modified Item: No
  • Artists/ Groups: Rolling Stones
  • Type: LP vinyl record
  • Autographed: Autographed
  • Genre: Pop/ Rock
  • Authenticity: A5 flyer – Proof of Talk and Signing session

Sought-After! Andrew Loog Oldham ROLLING STONES Autograph SIGNED LP Vinyl Proof

Sought-After! Andrew Loog Oldham ROLLING STONES Autograph SIGNED LP Vinyl Proof

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Sought-After! Andrew Loog Oldham ROLLING STONES Autograph SIGNED LP Vinyl Proof
Sought-After! Andrew Loog Oldham ROLLING STONES Autograph SIGNED LP Vinyl Proof
Sought-After! Andrew Loog Oldham ROLLING STONES Autograph SIGNED LP Vinyl Proof
Sought-After! Andrew Loog Oldham ROLLING STONES Autograph SIGNED LP Vinyl Proof
Sought-After! Andrew Loog Oldham ROLLING STONES Autograph SIGNED LP Vinyl Proof

Sought-After! Andrew Loog Oldham ROLLING STONES Autograph SIGNED LP Vinyl Proof
This is my ONLY copy of this LP! You may want to consider this soon. Before someone else does. Perfect for: Valentines, Birthday, Father/Mum’s Day, Anniversary, Xmas gift. Rolling Stones Rarities 1971 2003Vinyl LP. Autographed by Andrew Loog Oldham(Rolling Stones’ 1st manager and producer). A5 Paper Proof of date and place of signing. I would rate is a 7 out of 10… It has never been played. There is a little bit of natural factory pressing/production marks. The actual vinyl have natural factory production marks/lines. These are natural production marks formed when the Vinyl wax was pressed in the factory – in 2005. It is perfectly normal. Please kindly understand & appreciate this natural factory production occurrence. You will receive this item in exactly the same condition as it was originally pressed in the factory & when i bought it during the 1st day it was released in 2005. That was 11 years ago! Is of fair value – for such a rare item! I bought Vinyls for the sole purpose of enjoying the aesthetic beauty of its artwork/packaging. I do not own a Vinyl Record Player and therefore I have never played my vinyls before! I just find it a little bit easier to listen to a CD or online streaming. FREE (2nd Class) – insured up to GBP 50. I visit the post office 1 OR 2 times per week only. Your kind patience & understanding is greatly appreciated. I will consider BEST OFFERS. Kindly be reasonable and realistic. Thanks for kind understanding. Imagine how much this autograph item would be worth in 25 years’ time? Think King Crimson, Beatles and Rolling Stones themselves. About Andrew Loog’s signature. I went for the conversation and happily waited in a queue for around 30 mins just to meet Andrew Loog Oldham during his talk session at STREETLEVEL Photography in Glasgow on 24 April 2010, Sat at 6pm. It is (almost) impossible to find an item signed by Andrew Loog Oldham as he has been living in Colombia (South America) since the 1980s. He was invited and flew into the UK (from Colombia) specifically to do the talk in Glasgow – which explains just how extremely rare this autographed item is. Colourful profile of Andrew Loog Oldham. Andrew Loog Oldham (born 29 January 1944 in Paddington, London) is an English record producer, talent manager, impresario and author. He was manager and producer of The Rolling Stones from 1963 to 1967, and was noted for his flamboyant style. Oldham’s father Andrew Loog was a United States Army Air Forces lieutenant of Dutch descent who served with the Eighth Air Force. Loog was killed in June 1943 when his B-17 bomber was shot down over the English Channel: he was buried at the Ardennes American Cemetery and Memorial in Belgium. Oldham’s Australian mother, with maiden name Oldham, [1] was a nurse and comptometeroperator. Oldham attended the Aylesbury School for Boys, Cokethorpe School in Oxfordshire, St Marylebone Grammar School andWellingborough School in Northamptonshire. [2] A self-proclaimed hustler who spent teenage summers swindling tourists in French towns, Oldham’s interest in the pop culture of the 1960s and the Soho coffeehouse scene led to working for Carnaby Street moddesigner John Stephen and later as an assistant to then emerging fashion designer Mary Quant. Oldham became a publicist for British and American musicians and for producer Joe Meek. Among his projects were stints publicizingBob Dylan on his first UK visit and The Beatles for Brian Epstein in early 1963. In April 1963, a journalist friend recommended that he see a young R&B band called The Rolling Stones. Oldham saw potential in the group being positioned as an “anti-Beatles” – a rougher group compared to the “cuddly moptop” image of the Beatles at that time. Oldham, still a teenager, rapidly acquired a seasoned business partner (Eric Easton) and took over management of the Stones who had been informally represented by Giorgio Gomelsky. Oldham had previously been business partners with Peter Meaden, first manager of The Who, but they had fallen out. Oldham signed recording rights to the Stones to Deccatargeting A&R head Dick Rowe, who had earlier declined to sign The Beatles. Among strategies devised and executed by Oldham to propel the group to success. Retaining ownership of the group’s master tapes, which were then leased to Decca – an idea learned from Phil Spector, that allowed greater artistic freedom and financial rewards than a standard recording contract. Bringing John Lennon and Paul McCartney to the recording studio, which led to their song “I Wanna Be Your Man” becoming the Rolling Stones’ second single. Encouraging Jagger and Richards to start writing their own songs; and. Promoting a “bad boy” image for The Rolling Stones in contrast to The Beatles. Oldham generated widely-reprinted headlines like Would you let your daughter marry a Rolling Stone? Oldham produced all Rolling Stones recordings from 1963 until late 1967 despite having no previous experience as a producer. According to the Rolling Stones’ website “Accounts regarding the value of his musical input to The Stones recordings vary, from negligible to absolute zero”. He discovered Marianne Faithfull at a party, giving her Jagger and Richards’ “As Tears Go By” to record. He also developed other studio talent with his Andrew Oldham Orchestra, in which Rolling Stones as well as London session players (including Steve Marriott on harmonica) recorded pop covers and instrumentals. These were rediscovered in the 1990s when the indie band The Verve used a string loop based on the orchestral arrangement of “The Last Time” in “Bitter Sweet Symphony”; in the ensuing court battle, songwriting royalties for the Verve track were awarded to Jagger and Richards. As his success increased, Oldham thrived on a reputation as a garrulous, androgynous gangster who wore makeup and shades and relied on his bodyguard “Reg” to threaten rivals. Relations with the group were strained by Oldham’s drug use and legal problems that the band was facing in 1967. After Oldham’s departure, his relationship with the Rolling Stones was strained for several years. In 1965 Oldham set up Immediate Records, among the first independent labels in the UK. Among the artists that he signed and/or produced or guided were PP Arnold, Chris Farlowe, the Small Faces, John Mayall & The Bluesbreakers, Rod Stewart, the Nice, Jimmy Page, Jeff Beck, Eric Clapton, the Amen Corner, the McCoys, the Strangeloves, andDuncan Browne. With Arthur Greenslade he wrote’Headlines,’ the B-side of’Ride On Baby’ (IM 038), by Chris Farlowe, which was released in 1966. Oldham also helped Derek Taylor publicise the Beach Boys’ Pet Sounds album by publishing ads praising the album. He enlisted songwriter Billy Nicholls to record a British response, the album Would You Believe? After the Small Faces disbanded in 1969, he put together Humble Pie, featuring Steve Marriott (formerly of the Small Faces) and Peter Frampton (formerly of The Herd). In the 1970s and 1980s, Oldham worked primarily in the USA. He produced Donovan and other artists. In the mid-80s, he made Colombia his primary residence after marrying Esther Farfan, a Colombian model. There he became a mentor for local bands. Oldham co-wrote a (mostly fictional) biography of ABBA in the 1990s[5] and three autobiographies: Stoned (1998), 2Stoned (2001), and Rolling Stoned (2011) in which he and other music figures recount his days as a manager, producer, and impresario. In 2005 Oldham was recruited by Steven Van Zandt to host a radio show on Van Zandt’s Underground Garage radio channel heard in North America on Sirius Satellite Radio. Oldham is heard daily with a three-hour show on weekdays and a four-hour weekend show. Since 2006 has worked with Argentine musician Charly Garcia. In 2008 he worked on the production of Los Ratones Paranoicos’ new album. [7] He also produced and arranged Canadian singer Wyckham Porteous’s album 3 A. Since 2008 he has been managing and working with Colombian pop artist Juan Galeano. [edit]”Andrew’s Blues”. The song Andrew’s Blues , sung by the Rolling Stones and appearing on the Black Box collection CD1, is a humorous if scathing evocation of Oldham. The item “Sought-After! Andrew Loog Oldham ROLLING STONES Autograph SIGNED LP Vinyl Proof” is in sale since Monday, January 6, 2020. This item is in the category “Music\Music Memorabilia\Artists/ Groups\Rolling Stones”. The seller is “tofugallery” and is located in UK. This item can be shipped to North, South, or Latin America, all countries in Europe, all countries in continental Asia, Australia.
  • Custom Bundle: No
  • Non-Domestic Product: No
  • Modified Item: No
  • Artists/ Groups: Rolling Stones
  • Type: LP vinyl record
  • Autographed: Autographed
  • Genre: Pop/ Rock
  • Authenticity: A5 flyer – Proof of Talk and Signing session

Sought-After! Andrew Loog Oldham ROLLING STONES Autograph SIGNED LP Vinyl Proof

Sought-After! Andrew Loog Oldham ROLLING STONES Autograph SIGNED LP Vinyl Proof

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Sought-After! Andrew Loog Oldham ROLLING STONES Autograph SIGNED LP Vinyl Proof
Sought-After! Andrew Loog Oldham ROLLING STONES Autograph SIGNED LP Vinyl Proof
Sought-After! Andrew Loog Oldham ROLLING STONES Autograph SIGNED LP Vinyl Proof
Sought-After! Andrew Loog Oldham ROLLING STONES Autograph SIGNED LP Vinyl Proof
Sought-After! Andrew Loog Oldham ROLLING STONES Autograph SIGNED LP Vinyl Proof

Sought-After! Andrew Loog Oldham ROLLING STONES Autograph SIGNED LP Vinyl Proof
This item comes to the market. This is my ONLY copy of this LP! Want to consider this soon. Before someone else does. Perfect for: Valentines, Birthday, Father/Mum’s Day, Anniversary, Xmas gift. (Rolling Stones’ 1st manager and producer). A5 Paper Proof of date and place of signing. Near Mint or Near Mint. I would rate is a 8 out of 10… Purely due to very slight Vinyl impression on the cover. It has never been played. There is a little bit of natural factory pressing/production marks. Have natural factory production marks/lines. These are natural production marks formed when the Vinyl wax was pressed in the factory – in 2005. It is perfectly normal. Please kindly understand & appreciate this natural factory production occurrence. You will receive this item in. Exactly the same condition. As it was originally pressed in the factory &. When i bought it during the 1st day it was released in 2005. That was 11 years ago! Is of fair value – for such a rare item! I bought Vinyls for the sole purpose of enjoying the aesthetic beauty of its artwork/packaging. Own a Vinyl Record Player and therefore I have. I just find it a little bit easier to listen to a CD or online streaming. FREE (2nd Class) – insured up to GBP 50. I visit the post office 1 OR 2 times per week only. Your kind patience & understanding is greatly appreciated. Automatically offered to the next interested/winning party or relisted. I will consider BEST OFFERS. Kindly be reasonable and realistic. Thanks for kind understanding. Imagine how much this autograph item would be worth in 25 years’ time? Think King Crimson, Beatles and Rolling Stones themselves. About Andrew Loog’s signature: I went for the conversation and happily waited in a queue for around 30 mins just to meet Andrew Loog Oldham. During his talk session at STREETLEVEL Photography in Glasgow on 24 April 2010, Sat at 6pm. It is (almost) impossible to find an item signed by Andrew Loog Oldham as he has been living in Colombia (South America) since the 1980s. He was invited and flew into the UK (from Colombia) specifically to do the talk in Glasgow – which explains just how extremely rare this autographed item is. Colourful profile of Andrew Loog Oldham. Andrew Loog Oldham born 29 January 1944 in Paddington. Is an English record producer. He was manager and producer of The Rolling Stones. From 1963 to 1967, and was noted for his flamboyant style. Oldham’s father Andrew Loog was a United States Army Air Forces. Lieutenant of Dutch descent who served with the Eighth Air Force. Loog was killed in June 1943 when his B-17. Bomber was shot down over the English Channel: he was buried at the Ardennes American Cemetery and Memorial. Oldham’s Australian mother, with maiden name Oldham. Was a nurse and comptometer. Oldham attended the Aylesbury School for Boys, Cokethorpe School. In Oxfordshire, St Marylebone Grammar School. A self-proclaimed hustler who spent teenage summers swindling tourists in French towns, Oldham’s interest in the pop culture of the 1960s and the Soho. Coffeehouse scene led to working for Carnaby Street. And later as an assistant to then emerging fashion designer Mary Quant. Oldham became a publicist for British and American musicians and for producer Joe Meek. Among his projects were stints publicizing Bob Dylan. On his first UK visit and The Beatles. In April 1963, a journalist friend recommended that he see a young R&B. Band called The Rolling Stones. Oldham saw potential in the group being positioned as an “anti-Beatles” – a rougher group compared to the “cuddly moptop” image of the Beatles at that time. Oldham, still a teenager, rapidly acquired a seasoned business partner (Eric Easton) and took over management of the Stones who had been informally represented by Giorgio Gomelsky. Oldham had previously been business partners with Peter Meaden. First manager of The Who. But they had fallen out. Oldham signed recording rights to the Stones to Decca. Who had earlier declined to sign The Beatles. Among strategies devised and executed by Oldham to propel the group to success. Retaining ownership of the group’s master tapes, which were then leased to Decca – an idea learned from Phil Spector. That allowed greater artistic freedom and financial rewards than a standard recording contract. To the recording studio, which led to their song I Wanna Be Your Man. Becoming the Rolling Stones’ second single. Encouraging Jagger and Richards to start writing their own songs; and. Promoting a “bad boy” image for The Rolling Stones in contrast to The Beatles. Oldham generated widely-reprinted headlines like Would you let your daughter marry a Rolling Stone? Oldham produced all Rolling Stones recordings from 1963 until late 1967 despite having no previous experience as a producer. According to the Rolling Stones’ website “Accounts regarding the value of his musical input to The Stones recordings vary, from negligible to absolute zero”. He discovered Marianne Faithfull. At a party, giving her Jagger and Richards’ As Tears Go By. He also developed other studio talent with his Andrew Oldham Orchestra. In which Rolling Stones as well as London session players including Steve Marriott. On harmonica recorded pop covers and instrumentals. These were rediscovered in the 1990s when the indie. Used a string loop. Based on the orchestral arrangement of The Last Time. ” in ” Bitter Sweet Symphony. ; in the ensuing court battle, songwriting royalties for the Verve track were awarded to Jagger and Richards. As his success increased, Oldham thrived on a reputation as a garrulous, androgynous gangster who wore makeup and shades and relied on his bodyguard “Reg” to threaten rivals. In 1966, but continued in his role as the band’s de facto manager and producer until late 1967. Relations with the group were strained by Oldham’s drug use and legal problems that the band was facing in 1967. After Oldham’s departure, his relationship with the Rolling Stones was strained for several years. In 1965 Oldham set up Immediate Records. Among the first independent labels in the UK. Among the artists that he signed and/or produced or guided were PP Arnold. & The Bluesbreakers, Rod Stewart. The McCoys, the Strangeloves, and Duncan Browne. He wrote’Headlines,’ the B-side of’Ride On Baby’ (IM 038), by Chris Farlowe, which was released in 1966. Oldham also helped Derek Taylor. Publicise the Beach Boys. Album by publishing ads praising the album. He enlisted songwriter Billy Nicholls. To record a British response, the album Would You Believe? After the Small Faces disbanded in 1969, he put together Humble Pie. (formerly of the Small Faces) and Peter Frampton. Formerly of The Herd. In the 1970s and 1980s, Oldham worked primarily in the USA. In the mid-80s, he made Colombia his primary residence after marrying Esther Farfan, a Colombian model. There he became a mentor for local bands. Oldham co-wrote a (mostly fictional) biography of ABBA. And three autobiographies: Stoned. (2001), and Rolling Stoned. (2011) in which he and other music figures recount his days as a manager, producer, and impresario. In 2005 Oldham was recruited by Steven Van Zandt. To host a radio show on Van Zandt’s Underground Garage. Radio channel heard in North America. On Sirius Satellite Radio. Oldham is heard daily with a three-hour show on weekdays and a four-hour weekend show. Since 2006 has worked with Argentine musician Charly Garcia. In 2008 he worked on the production of Los Ratones Paranoicos. He also produced and arranged Canadian singer Wyckham Porteous. S album 3 A. Since 2008 he has been managing and working with Colombian pop artist Juan Galeano. The song Andrew’s Blues , sung by the Rolling Stones and appearing on the Black Box collection CD1, is a humorous if scathing evocation of Oldham. The item “Sought-After! Andrew Loog Oldham ROLLING STONES Autograph SIGNED LP Vinyl Proof” is in sale since Monday, July 22, 2019. This item is in the category “Music\Music Memorabilia\Artists/ Groups\Rolling Stones”. The seller is “tofugallery” and is located in UK. This item can be shipped to North, South, or Latin America, all countries in Europe, all countries in continental Asia, Australia.
  • Genre: Pop/ Rock
  • Modified Item: No
  • Custom Bundle: No
  • Artists/ Groups: Rolling Stones
  • Authenticity: A5 flyer – Proof of Talk and Signing session
  • Type: LP vinyl record
  • Non-Domestic Product: No
  • Autographed: Autographed

Sought-After! Andrew Loog Oldham ROLLING STONES Autograph SIGNED LP Vinyl Proof